Move of the Optocon AG in the year of its 20th anniversary
The new office and storage rooms impress by technically-advanced equipment, excellent infrastructural connection and modern comfort. This way Optocon AG continues producing high quality products with modern technology for providing reliable and high standards to its customers.
The new headquarter is centrally located, easily accessible, provides easy parking and a high connectivity for a brilliant customer support.
Our new office will be available from 29. September 2014 at the following address:
Tel.: +49-351 84 35 99 - 0
Fax: +49-351 84 35 99 - 111
In 20 years of business experience, the focus of the Optocon AG was to offer the customer innovative and individual solutions for his fiber optic measurement projects. The Optocon AG has already established itself internationally and delivers its products throughout the world.
Phone: +49 (0)351 843599-0
Fax: +49 (0)351 843599-111
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